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Annual Reviews

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Download bibliographic data for one chapter, several chapters, or an entire table of contents: The Download to Citation Manager feature is available both on  table of contents pages and at the top of each individual Annual Reviews chapter.

Import process

  1. On a table of contents page, use the checkboxes to gather metadata for several (or all) of the chapters in an Annual Reviews volume. Or view an individual article and look for the Download link in the Citation: row.
  2. Choose what you want to include in the download (citation only, citation and references, citation and abstract).
  3. Select the export format (EndNote or RIS should work).

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    The first part of this class will cover the most commonly used functions in EndNote, showing how to import references from online databases and use them in a Microsoft Word document with Cite While You Write. The second part will cover syncing references between desktop and online, using online groups for collaboration, and direct export and capture using the EndNote online browser plug-ins.

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